A Spokane County, Washington, sheriff's deputy pulled Donald Ross out of a funeral procession and gave him and his family tickets for not having their seatbelts fastened. Ross was driving to his sister's funeral. By the time they arrived at the grave, the service had already ended. The sheriff's office defends the deputy. "We are out here trying to prevent funerals, not disrupt them," said spokesman Dave Reagan.
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